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As requested (andrew McEwan) here are the pics of my grillo barrow.

 

I built the footplate visible behind the engine and added the tow-hitch on the front (so you tow in reverse, but the gears are the same in both directions).

 

I also built the log frame that straps onto the bed of the barrow, with that in place it will carry nearly 1 cubic meter of logs. By standing on the footplate it is more stable.

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Oh that's giving me ideas! Thought about a skidsteer like Ians or a digger like Stevie Blairs but this could be an ideal stop gap and problem solver! Like the ball hitch and log carrier ideas ....

 

Hmmmm ... off to ebay

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Thought about 1 a while ago that you could remove the tub and high tip and fit a hydraulic winch and an upturned small timber grab so basically creating a mini clambunkskidder for long brash.

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